Tuesday, Feb 19th, 11 a.m. to noon Central (9-10 Pacific) on NoLiesRadio.org (then archived here a few hours after broadcast).
Guest: Former National Security Agency officer Wayne Madsen of waynemadsenreport.com.
Wayne Madsen writes:
February 15-17, 2013 -- Sacramento, CA -- Philip Marshall: A black ops hit made to appear as a suicide
Philip Marshall, the retired United Airlines pilot, 9/11 analysis author, and one-time Iran-contra era associate of CIA/DEA informant Barry Seal, did not shoot his two teen-age children and himself. That is the conclusion of everyone who knew Marshall after he moved to the Sierra Nevadas community of Murphys ten years ago after he sold his home in Santa Barbara...Marshall, who believed that the Bush family, allied with Saudi and neo-conservative interests, pulled off the 9/11 attack to engineer a government coup d'etat, was working on a fourth book that promised to reveal some new blockbuster information.
|The sheriff claimed gunshots could not be heard because houses are far
apart. This photo of the Marshall home, not using any distance
enhancement lens, was taken from the neighbor's house. A door never
opened was found ajar on this side of the house.|
|9/11 whistleblower Philip Marshall and his children |
Labels: 9/11, assassination, barry seal, big bamboozle, cia pilot, coup d'etat, false flag, inside job, israel, neoconservatives, philip marshall, saudi arabia, wayne madsen